Low sex drive? This supplement could help increase your libido in time for Valentine’s Day

If an early night to you means a cup of tea and a good book rather than jumping under the covers with your lover, you’re not alone. 

Two thirds of Britons rate their libido average or below. 

But if you want to turn up the heat in the bedroom this Valentine’s Day, there are plenty of natural ways to help you get in the mood. 

Holland & Barrett nutritionist Hannah Moffitt has offered her top tips for February 14. 

Increase your libido 

Hannah said: “Erectile dysfunction can be a result of stress, anxiety and tiredness, which can be overcome with adaptogens, such as ginseng, maca or rhodiola. 

“Adaptogens work in times of stress on the body which may aid with improving mood, blood flow and overcoming tiredness.

“Horny goat weed has been used as an aphrodisiac to aid with sexual desire and performance in both men and women. 

“It may also aid with stimulating sensory nerves, thereby increasing satisfaction during sexual intercourse. 

“However, as with all health issues, if your low libido persists it’s important to visit your GP.” 

Hannah recommends Holland & Barrett Horney Goat Weed & Maca.

From vaginal dryness to cystitis, Hannah recommended some other ways to get your sexual health in top condition this Valentine’s Day. 

Vaginal dryness

Vaginal dryness can impact women of all ages, not just those going through the menopause. This can cause discomfort during sex which can then lead to difficulty feeling aroused or reaching orgasm. 

Hannah said: “As well as having a beneficial impact on libido, horny goat weed has been used anecdotally for helping with arousal. However, omega 7 or sea buckthorn oil can be natural remedies as they may improve the health of the mucous membranes.” 

Hannah recommends Pharma Nord Omega 7 Sea Buckthorn Oil. 

Fireworks in the bedroom 

Improving your sexual health will naturally lead you to better orgasm, but, there are changes you can make to your diet to optimise your chances of seeing stars. 

Hannah said: “When you eat asparagus it produces histamine in the body which may lead to more frequent orgasms and a better chance of orgasm during intercourse. 

“You can also add more nutrients to your diet, as omega 3, which is found in fish, may aid with arousal and blood flow to those important areas. 

“This may increase the sensitivity and sensation during intercourse leading to a better chance of orgasm - look at consuming at least two to three portions of oily fish a week or take a supplement.” 

Hannah recommends Holland & Barrett Omega 3 Fish Oil Concentrate. 

For more help and advice, speak to your GP. 

The popular over-the-counter painkiller ibuprofen could reduce fertility in young men, scientists recently warned.



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